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Reader comment on item: Secularism - Will It Survive?
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Submitted by M. UMAIR (Poltical scienteit) (United Kingdom), Apr 25, 2010 at 07:25

i don't understand how did you say that our prophet died by poisoning do you have any good clue or any related book about it because i don't understand this statement and i never hear a thing about it and in my all sixteen year of education i never saw a single book which indicate or sport your statement. about secularism i think it doesn't change much we can see minorities still treated in same fashion as before secularism for example after 9/11 western society badly treat muslim society and in india which known as bigest secular state we can see struggle of minorities.


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